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Stiga Rosewood NCT V

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Rosewood NCT V is designed for the modern attacking game. It is ideal for aggressive players who depend on fast racket speed with long trajectory to gain the upper hand. This 5-ply blade offers an exceptional balance of speed, weight, control and trajectory. The hand-picked Rosewood combined with STIGA's scientific engineering and NCT technology brings together the very best of Science and Nature!

Speed: 86
Control: 69
Rating: OFF-
Thickness: 6.2mm
Weight: 93g
Construction: 5-ply

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  • The Stiga Rosewood NCT V blade is praised for its excellent trajectory and spin, making it hard for opponents to hit the ball back. It pairs well with a variety of rubbers and is recommended for serious table tennis players.
  • The blade is described as having a wonderful feel and is easy to control, providing great spin and speed. It is also compatible with the most sold rubber in Asia, Nittaku Fastarc G1, which enhances the spin.
  • The blade is suitable for powerful offensive players, offering good control and power for close to mid and far distance play. It is also suitable for high-level looping game and is used by professional player Xu Xin.


  • Despite its many advantages, the blade is hard and requires a good touch to play with. It flexes with very hard shots and may not be suitable for beginners.
  • The blade has a protective film for re-gluing, which is not necessary nowadays and causes the rubber to come off the face easily. This can affect the player's performance.
  • The blade is described as very stiff, which may not suit all playing styles. It also has a tendency to crack easily when accidentally hit on the table. The stiff top layer reduces dwell time, causing the ball to leave the blade too fast when executing heavy top-spin loops.

Reviews of Stiga Rosewood NCT V (19)

9/10 for OFF style. FH/BH: Donic Coppa X1 Turbo Platin, 2.2mm, 45g (0.217g/cm^2), 47.5 degrees (ESN), 37.5 degrees (Shore A). Blade: Stiga Rosewood NCT V, 93g, 158mm x 151mm x 6.2mm (Width x Height x Thickness). Plies: 5 (Wood + NCT): Rosewood - Ayous - Ayous - Ayous - Rosewood.
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One of the best blades ever made. The Rosewood has such wonderful feeling. Easy to do drophot, great spin, and you can get the speed you want. Plays with most sold rubber in Asia, Nittaku Fastarc G1 on forehand, that gives me the best spin i ever had, and Tibhar Aurus Prime 1.7 on backhand, which gives me the smashingly strong finish-it-of backhand.
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The best blade from Stiga. Very good trajectory, you think the ball goes to fast out of the table, but always lands on the far away, Hard for opponent to hit the ball back. You also get master-spin, with almost all new rubbers, Tried 20+ rubbers, and never got mad about that aspect. Buy! Its a must to have. Best served with G1, R47, Spinart, Baracuda or Rakza7-9
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Plies: 5 (Wood + NCT)
- 2 * Rosewood 0.3mm
- 2 * Ayous 0.8mm
- Ayous 4mm
Width: 158mm
Height: 151mm
Thickness: 6.2mm
Weight: 93g
Speed: 8.5
Dwell/Spin: 8.6
Control: 8.8
Stiffness: 4
Hardness: 10
Value: 7.8
Overall: 8.9
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Ive been playing with this blade for 4 season, and im quite happy with it. Its a heavy stiff & fast for a thin 5ply blade and really consistent, but its not an easy blade for beginners since its got hard feeling and its bouncy on short game. I would rate off-/off slow range at much, a perfect choice for the new polly balls. However, Its also expensive and overall quality oesnt match with its price tag: typical a bit rough/unfinished edges and an annoying barnish top coat that will make a nightmare to stick firmly your rubbers on it, specially if you use to boost them.

If you think ALC blades are too bouncy fast and you want to try something more woody, allwood 5ply, thin& fast with enough punch, then I would give RWV a try.
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